At its peak, Visual FoxPro was a full-featured, dynamic programming language the business world relied on. In March 2007, Microsoft announced the end of life for VFP, thus ending business application development. Since then, .NET has been determined to be the most natural language to migrate VFP applications to. Accordingly, Macrosoft has been a VFP Conversion Services leader since.
Our proven 5-step methodology and a suite of proprietary tools; DataMorph, SpecGenerator, and Code Matrix that make .NET migration fast and seamless.
An expert team with proven experience in migrating VFP applications to .NET makes all the difference.
VFP Maintenance & Support
If you have an existing FoxPro application and need development support, Macrosoft is here to help. We have teams of US and international developers with deep expertise on all versions of FoxPro. We can support, extend, and enhance your existing application. In addition to supporting your existing FoxPro system, we have tools and techniques to virtualize the application, making it available in the cloud for your clients.
VB6 to .NET migration is a difficult undertaking considering the complexity of the syntactical aspects of the programming language as the structure and syntax of VB6 and VB.NET differ significantly.
Our leading team of experts, provide a masterful combination of proprietary tools, planning, rewrite and architect to implement the functions of the migrated VB.NET application. We support your business through this process, relying on our proven track record of successfully migrating business-critical applications, executed by a dedicated team of migration experts in both VB6 and VB.NET environments.
A great deal of rewrite effort goes into migrating a VB6 application to produce a functionally similar to a .NET application.
Classic ASP to ASP.NET
Migrating ASP to ASP.NET is an intensive process as ASP is a script programming language whereas ASP.NET uses Web Forms and MVC for web development with .NET.
Macrosoft transitions you from ASP to ASP.NET gradually where Macrosoft’s experienced ASP team determines what can be preserved and what needs to be reworked/recoded, as well as choosing the appropriate development tools to carry out the migration tasks.